Professional house cleaners spill their 10 best-kept secrets to save time & effort. 1 most definitely liked was how to remove grease/dirt build up from kitchen cabinets. Say to clean cabinets, 1st heat slightly damp sponge/cloth in microwave for 20 - 30 sec. until it's hot. Put on a pair of rubber gloves, spray cabinets w/ an all-purpose cleaner containing orange oil, then wipe off cleaner w/ hot sponge. This should make the kitchen look & smell wonderful too!

Clean away the grime.

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For build up of Grease and oil released from food and the cooking process on your kitchen cabinets. 4 cups of hot water. 4 cups of distilled white vinegar. 1/2 cup of baking soda.

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How to Clean a Tub So I cleaned my tub as I would normally would. Then I cleaned it as directed on pin and wow u could still see all the grime come off as I cleaned it this way. I know how to clean my tub now. Stocking up on vinegar

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Oil and Vinegar does it again. First of all, I’ve used white or apple cider vinegar and vegetable or olive oil…whatever I had on hand. Second, you simply mix it in a jar, dip a clean cloth into the mixture, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in. That’s it!

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Clean years of stubborn grease using baking soda!